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[Klaxon Overdrive Supernova] Part 28
03:17:45 // 05-JUN-2042 - Continued Dodge fought to his knees and nearly passed out from the pain. He took another breath and forced his legs to straighten, using the dresser to brace himself as a surge of nausea swept over him. Okay, he was standing. Now he had to move. Left leg. Then right. Left. Right. He was walking—erratically, but he had momentum. As long as he kept his legs shuffling he’d be fine. He snatched his jacket, managed to pull it over his bare torso, and stumbled out of the room, yanking the door behind him. He took two steps and crashed into the Suzuki, still unable to control himself. He could barely stand. Even if he caught up with Blair, he wouldn’t be any use. Best to retreat back to the hotel, lay down. Maybe the Godwave would help him forget the pain. He looked back toward the safety of the hotel room. No. He couldn’t just wait and hope Blair made it back on her own. He had to help her. Fuck. He clenched his jaw, held his breath and worked his way across the hood, supporting himself with his hands. When he finally made it to the driver’s side he pulled the handle, opened the door, and dropped into the seat. Driving would be easier. Driving was mostly sitting anyway. Just twisting the ignition was enough to launch a concussive shockwave of pain through his body, starting in his arm and shearing all the way to his groin, but the starter caught and the engine mewled to life. Dodge dropped the gearshift into reverse, hauled the wheel around, pulled into drive, and ground his foot into the accelerator. The car shot forward and he raked the undercarriage over a speed bump, then swung out of the parking lot onto Lakeshore. Luckily, it was the one hour a day when traffic eased up. The flood of pilgrims heading to the Needle had slowed, but the pathway along the beach was still dotted with stragglers, hiking in overnight. Even with his foot pressed to the floor, Dodge hadn’t caught up to Blair—couldn’t even see her anywhere up ahead. And if he hadn’t caught up with her, she couldn’t have caught up with Mr. Hill. She’d follow them all the way to the Paradise Mind Campus doors, he was sure of it. But she was only one person. She wouldn’t be able to take on a whole army of cerebrates by herself. Then they’d have her too. Dodge still didn’t know how the Paradise Mind had found them. He hadn’t spotted anyone following them—not that he’d been particularly trying, but Blair would have, and she hadn’t said a thing. It didn’t make sense. He kept accelerating. The Suzuki’s speedometer topped out at 140. Dodge swerved around a doddering SUV as though it were parked and caught the edge of an unseen pothole. The car bounced hard off the asphalt and he clutched the wheel for support as he rode the wave of pain. Something under the car broke free, scraped the ground for a shrieking second, then clattered away behind him. He glanced in the rearview mirror as the SUV behind him swerved to avoid the sparking hunk of metal. The engine made a terrible noise and began shaking. Shit, so much for catching Blair. There was no point now, the car was about to die. Dodge pressed the brake, ready to ease the vehicle off the road, but his foot sank to the floor and stayed there. When stomping on the pedal didn’t help, he knew he was in trouble. He couldn’t stop. Worse, even with his foot off the accelerator, the car was still speeding up, the engine straining. Dodge tried to shift down, to use the gears to slow his speed, but he couldn’t apply enough pressure on the stick to budge it. Dodge heaved on the emergency brake, his wounded shoulder aching under the strain, but the release button wouldn’t give. Hitting the pothole must have jarred loose the last bit of luck that had been holding the car together. It was coming apart around him and hurtling toward a crumpled ending. All he could do was hold on. He grasped the wheel with two hands, nine o’clock and three o’clock, fighting to keep the car on the road. His head swam from the rising pain as fresh waves tried to drown him with every bump in the road. Adrenaline surged, sharpening his senses and shaving some of the torment away. He let go of the wheel and reached over to fasten his seatbelt, ribs screaming in protest, then pulled the phone from his jacket pocket and hit redial. It rang. And again. She wasn’t going to answer. Three times. Her phone must still be back in the room. Shit. Four times. “This had better be important,” she said, her voice muffled through the tiny speaker. “I’m behind you in the Suzuki and it won’t stop,” Dodge yelled into the phone, cradling it awkwardly with his shoulder as he again gripped the wheel with both hands and jerked it hard to the right, narrowly avoiding a delivery truck’s erratic lane change. “—I told you,” he heard a second later, as his vision snapped back into focus. The phone beeped and went silent. “Fuck!” Dodge yelled at the windshield, then dialed again. She accepted the call without speaking. “You can’t catch him on your own,” he said, puffing, unable to catch his breath. Sweet unconsciousness beckoned. “They’re armed. They have a head start. We can get Joshua back but it will take both of us.” “I told you to stay at the hotel.” “I’m going to die,” Dodge yelled. Red lights gleamed ahead. Dodge straightened and the phone bounced to the passenger seat. It took both hands to swerve into the fast lane, where he clipped the Suzuki’s passenger mirror off on the rear of a stopped car, then hurtled through the intersection. The world concaved, curving up at the sides, disintegrating into particulate shadow. He bit his tongue and jerked alert. He’d bought himself another few seconds, but he didn’t have many left. Still, he car continued accelerating. Dodge fumbled for the phone. It seemed miles away, his arm impossibly short. His fingers pinched the thin plastic rectangle and brought it to his ear. Blair was already talking. “—can see them. If I turn around for you, they’ll get away.” He wanted to scream, but clenched his teeth. “You’ve been stunned twice. There are probably four men in that truck. You can’t bully your way through this,” he cried, trying not to think about what would happen when he slammed into the back of another car or finally lost control and his body was torn to pieces as he barrel-rolled down the highway. “If you want to get Joshua back, you’re going to need my help. And you won’t get it if I end up melted to the plastic seats.” “Pull off the road.” The engine began to shriek. Smoke billowed out from under the hood. Ahead, the right lane was packed with abandoned cars, leaving two lanes to weave through traffic. “Too many cars,” Dodge said, breathless. “This piece of shit will wrap around me like a tinfoil suit if I hit anything.” Blair spat something unintelligible. “You’re on Lakeshore now?” “Yeah. Coming up on—” a cross-street whipped by ”—Jameson.” “Yell when you see me.” Dodge whipped past the Jameson decent ramp, its gaping black mouth leading down into the Tunnel. After rounding a curve, he came up on a short, empty straightaway. With no cars ahead, he was able to concentrate on breathing and resisting the ragged static nibbling away at his vision. Heat from the overtaxed engine cooked onto his legs through the flimsy dashboard. The car wasn’t going to last much longer. The Exhibition grounds winked past. An enormous billboard hovered above, its flashing message bathing the road in scarlet. Another ten seconds and he’d crossed Bathurst and plunged between the thick concrete abutments supporting the still undemolished raised expressway. Blair’s beige Nissan rocketed by on the opposite side of the road. He watched in the rearview mirror as the Nissan spun, black streaks of rubber marring the asphalt in criss-cross V’s, and came after him. “Hold on,” Blair’s voice projected from the phone. “I’ll use my car to stop you.” “You’ll what?” Dodge screamed into the phone. “You’re going to kill us both.” “You want my help or not?” Blair pulled alongside, matching Dodge’s speed. The two cars could have been standing still, the earth whipping by under them. Blair glanced over, shook her head and then shot past Dodge and swung in front. She slowed fractionally, inching backwards. Another stoplight blazed red ahead of them. A line of late-night gamblers working their way home from the lakeside casino poured through the intersection. Blair leaned on her horn and pulsed her high beams. Dodge prayed at the windshield. “Move. Move. Move.” A taxi just entering the intersection noticed Blair’s frenetic signaling and lurched to a stop, leaving barely a car-width. Dodge cringed, blinked, and they were through. The green lights of another intersection glowed in the distance. They wouldn’t survive another intersection. Even in the middle of the night there was too much traffic. “If you’re going to do something, now would be a good time,” Dodge yelled. Taillights flared and Dodge’s car plowed into Blair’s. The Suzuki’s engine screamed as it tried to accelerate against the Nissan’s slowing weight. A flame danced out from under the hood, twinkling orange and blue. Black smoke swirled from the air vents. The tang of burning tires flooded Dodge’s senses. Blair braked harder, and the wheel bucked and tore from Dodge’s grasp. The Suzuki lurched wildly to the left and glanced off a concrete abutment before he could regain control. Even through the adrenaline, pain was now an entity consuming him from the inside. Blind from smoke, tears streaming, Dodge tried to hold the car straight, to align himself with the crimson flare of Blair’s remaining taillight. The two bumpers nudged together and held. Heat singed his fingers. Finally the cars slowed and shuddered to a halt. The engine was still screeching as Dodge yanked the thin plastic door handle, trying to escape asphyxiation, but it wouldn’t budge. He pounded his fist on the window, rational thought lost in the frantic need for air. He was suffocating. Drowning. Then fresh air whooshed around him as Blair pulled the passenger door open. She stepped back as a gush of flame erupted, consuming the new oxygen. Dodge fumbled his seatbelt open, crawled out through the smoke and slumped face-down onto the relative cool of the tarmac. Finally, the engine seized and the car stalled, but the flames were spreading. Soon the whole car would be on fire. Blair grabbed him under each arm, dragged him away from the wreck, and propped him up against the Nissan’s heat-fins. He was too exhausted and in too much agony to complain about the warmth on his back. Even wracked with pain he was happy to be alive. “Wake up,” she said, slapping his cheeks. He tried to respond but couldn’t make his mouth form words. “We need to get Joshua.” Blair opened the Nissan’s passenger door and piled him in. Pain quaked through his body, focused on a swollen bulge on his back. He could feel the lump pressing against the seat. Blair dropped into the car and gunned the Nissan forward, pulling away from the Suzuki and the rising column of black smoke. It wouldn’t take long for a traffic drone to notice and come investigate. “Wait …” Dodge managed. “Now we get Joshua.” “No …” Dodge coughed, a brutal spasm that sent torturous ripples up and down his chest. “… been there …” He took a deep breath and continued. “… security …” He inhaled again. Fresh air helped scrub the fog from his thoughts. “I can get in … but not like this.” His words seemed to pierce Blair’s sphere of single-minded determination. ”You’re right. This is rash.” “Yes … rash,” Dodge said, then granted himself permission to surrender to the soothing pull of unconsciousness. Blair pounded the steering wheel, jarring him upright. “—Ben zonah. We have to go back.” “The Godwave,” Dodge said. Blair nodded. “If the Paradise Mind gets it—” She braked and twisted the wheel. “I can’t even imagine what they’d do with it.” Dodge’s weakened reflexes fired too late to stop him from slamming against his door, and this time, when the urge to pass out presented itself, he gladly accepted.
Trip report: four nights at Encore for anniversary for $8500
My wife (32F) and I (31F) had our one-year anniversary at Encore for four nights. We had previously spent our honeymoon doing the same Encore trip. All together, we’ve been to Vegas five times and Reno two times since meeting a few years ago. Heaven on Earth Cost: all-in, including transportation, lodging, entertainment, food, etc, we spent $8500. That includes our bankrolls of $1600 each. My wife left with $400 of her bankroll and I actually won $500, but we don’t return any of that to offset the $8500, we just add it to next trip’s bankroll. Lodging: we went with Encore, our favorite casino resort in the world. We prefer it to Wynn because it’s more intimate, has the Players Lounge (a special casino pit with couches and dealers in classy black dresses), sometimes has lower limits than Wynn, doesn’t get much tourist traffic from the strip or Palazzo, and it has natural light from the pool and the atrium next to high limit. Both Wynn and Encore are on the quieter side, but Encore even more so. We got the Panoramic Suite, which is the same as the regular Resort Suite, just on a higher floor. Comps: at the end of the trip I spoke with the on-duty casino host about comps. He gave me $150 and my wife $100 off our bill. I felt that was more than generous. While we did give them a ton of play (maybe 6 hours a day), we’re low rollers. I play craps, blackjack, baccarat, pai gow poker, pai gow tiles, and three card poker. My wife plays craps, blackjack, pai gow poker, three card poker, roulette, and slots. She goes to sleep earlier, which probably explains the difference in comps. Sat: we landed at 2pm after a slight delay. My wife surprised me by having a black Escalade waiting to take us to Encore. I’m a sucker for SUVs. We were directed to the express (electronic) check-in, which couldn’t scan our IDs or find our reservations, but an attendant helped us. We opted to wait for a strip-facing room, and were rewarded with a top floor (63rd) room. We changed in the bathroom and gave our bags to the bellhop, heading straight to the pool. There was a great energy there, lots of people, very sunny. We played $15 craps and got in the water. Encore Pool Casino After changing we had a wonderful dinner at Andreas. My wife is allergic to shellfish so she loves their vegan sushi. I tried foie gras which was too rich. After that we gambled for many hours in the Players Lounge, playing $10 craps and $15 blackjack (6:5). The cocktail waitress was able to get me port wine for free by going to the bars. We tried out Night Swim at Encore Beach Club. Total disaster, I’ll spare you the full story, but they put us in the regular line (not expedited entry that hotel guests get), and the pool was closed. We left 30 seconds after getting in and a great floor manager at the casino later that night helped us get a refund and gave us a ticket for a free meal at Jardin. That’s Encore service :-) Sun: started the day at Jardin. A beautiful restaurant but I find their options a little bit limited. Subtract alcohol and eggs and half the menu is gone! After that we went to the spa. Super beautiful and relaxing. I got my hair cut and styled at the salon, followed by makeup. My wife got a blowout. We both felt great after that and took lots of pictures. We headed over to Bellagio to play craps and eat dinner at Prime. We were nearly alone on the patio facing the fountains. Prime's patio Food was just amazing. The filet we split was an earthy brown on the inside. I wonder if that’s from dry aging, or from doing it sous vide. Either way the best filet I’ve ever had. Filet at Prime After that we went to Caesars to see Absinthe. It was super loud, but the show was fantastic!! Beauty at Absinthe :P Absinthe performers After the show we met with a colleague of mine in Caesars who was in town for a conference and showed him how to play craps. We finished the night at Encore, gambling mostly in the Players Lounge. Mon: woke up a little hung over to a room service breakfast of bacon, hash brown, and beignets. We went to check out Red Rock Casino but left in a grumpy state after an hour because of how loudly they play country pop in there, as well as commercials for their Players’ Card, which sounds just like a bad radio station ad, and creates a terrible atmosphere. For lunch we ate at Charlie’s Bar & Grill, and checked out Wynn’s completely redesigned sports book. The hot dog was great. I decided to get my first ever massage at Encore spa. It was beyond amazing, so profesional, so skilled. I used the hot tubs and reading room too. My wife took the opportunity to nap. I was doing well on bankroll so I played some $25 at 3:2 blackjack (instead of $15 at 6:5). Then we went to the buffet. We ate too much! But it was amazing. I made sure to get plenty of crab legs this time, while my wife was given a personal tour from the chef to show her what was safe to eat. He even offered to personally cook any item separately to make certain there was no cross-contamination with shellfish. Wynn Buffet We both felt uncomfortably stuffed after that. Gambling in the Players Lounge rounded out a great day. Tues: woke up to a delicious mango from room service. The day before they said no mangoes were ripe. If they don’t have a perfect mango, they don’t serve it :-) We walked to to Venetian/Palazzo. We ate lunch at Grimaldi’s which served a wonderful thin crust pizza in a NY themed setting. Pizza at Grimaldi We toured the mall, got some Honolulu cookies, and gambled in the Venetian. It was a little hectic in there for my taste. However, you can play in the high limit room for only a $50 bacc bet, which I thought was a great value. Next we did the Star Wars virtual reality attraction, which we loved. After that we went to Palazzo. I liked that Palazzo was less crowded, with fewer tourists running through. I played some $25 Pai Gow Poker in the green chip pit next to the high limit room while wifey played slots--she was very excited to find a Casablanca machine. We canceled our dinner reservations at Lakeside and decided to get room service. I ate a delicious Reuben sandwich with chicken noodle soup and she ate a cheese melt with tomato soup. We finished the night in Encore’s Player Lounge as usual. Weds: we started with room service of scrambled eggs and english muffins. While my wife packed I talked to the casino host who gave us some great comps off our room bill. I played some bacc in the high limit room, winning $300 as a fantastic sendoff. My wife, on her way out, placed a single $100 blackjack (3:2) bet and got dealt a ten and an ace, blackjack! It was a great moment. The black Escalade took us to McCarran and we were on our way! Lessons learned: sleep in or you won’t feel right the rest of the day. Don’t try to eat too many high-end meals, they’re just too rich and leave us feeling overstuffed. Don’t go to the nightclubs if you’re expecting the same kind of personalized friendly service you get elsewhere on property. They’re pretty gruff, probably from dealing with drugged out 20-somethings. And the biggest lesson of all: spend a little extra to get exactly the trip you want. Encore charges a premium but to us it’s more than worth it. Thanks for Reading :-)
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